USACE issues Amendment No. 5 to the Army Task Force RFP


The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center (USACE) recently issued its fifth amendment (Amendment No. 5) to the request for proposals (RFP) for the Army Energy Initiatives Task Force Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) solicitation. USACE also responded to some of the questions regarding the RFP, via postings on ProjNet.

NOTE: The deadline for submission of proposals remains 2 p.m. Central time, October 5, 2012.

Many of the changes are non-substantive, however, not necessarily unimportant. We suggest that Amendment No. 5 and the accompanying responses to the ProjNet questions be reviewed carefully. For example, the changes include: (i) the number of representative project descriptions that should be submitted for each technology under the evaluation factors, (ii) reference requirements, (iii) page limitations for various sections of a proposal, and (iv) delivery instructions.

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